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At the Chaos Communications Congress, I joined Jack Gillum, Laura Poitras, and Nadia Heninger discussing how we have used crypto and privacy-enhancing technologies in our journalism.
I made a few comments about the challenges facing international data regulators at the European Data Governance Forum 2014.
[INTERVIEW] Julia Angwin – European Data… by cnil
Feb. 5: I’m speaking about Journalism After Snowden at a Columbia University event in Washington D.C.
Feb. 11: I’m interviewing filmmaker Laura Poitras about her documentary Citizenfour at the Ford Foundation in New York.
Feb. 19: I’m speaking at UC-Berkeley Law School about Privacy as a Luxury Good.
March 9: I’m discussing Creative Responses to the Digital Privacy Crisis at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland.
Read about past events below.
In November, I spoke about privacy as a luxury good at the University of Rhode Island Honors Colloquium series on cybersecurity and privacy.
In December, Julian Sanchez of the Cato Institute and I interviewed Edward Snowden on C-Span.
I spoke about whether privacy is becoming a luxury good at Strata+Hadoop World in New York on October 17.
I’ve received the 2014 Front Page Award for Newswoman of the Year from the Newswomen’s Club in New York. Also honored by the Newswomen’s Club is my ProPublica colleague Megan McCloskey, who was recognized for in-depth reporting. The awards will be presented on Nov. 13 in New York City; read the press release here.
Dragnet Nation is one of six books on the shortlist for the Financial Times’s Business Book of the Year Award. Other books in the running are Thomas Piketty’s Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century; The Second Machine Age by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee; Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull; Hack Attack by Nick Davies; and House of Debt by Atif Mian and Amir Sufi.
The winner will be announced on Nov. 11. Till then, follow updates on Twitter @bbya14.
Dragnet Nation is among the 16 books in contention to be named “Business Book of the Year” by the Financial Times. Other titles in the running are Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-first Century and Nick Davies’s Hack Attack. (See the longlist here.) FT will narrow the list to up to 6 finalists on Sept. 24, and announce the £30,000 prize-winner on Nov. 11.